Giulio Gaudini

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Giulio Gaudini
Giulio Gaudini 1928.jpg
Giulio Gaudini at the 1928 Olympics
Personal information
Born28 September 1904
Rome, Italy
Died6 January 1948 (aged 43)
Rome, Italy
Height2.00 m (6 ft 7 in)
Sport
SportFencing
Medal record
Representing  Italy
Olympic Games
Gold medal – first place 1928 Amsterdam Team foil
Bronze medal – third place 1928 Amsterdam Individual foil
Silver medal – second place 1932 Los Angeles Team foil
Silver medal – second place 1932 Los Angeles Team sabre
Silver medal – second place 1932 Los Angeles Individual sabre
Bronze medal – third place 1932 Los Angeles Individual foil
Gold medal – first place 1936 Berlin Individual foil
Gold medal – first place 1936 Berlin Team foil
Silver medal – second place 1936 Berlin Team sabre
World Fencing Championships
Gold medal – first place 1929 Naples Team foil
Bronze medal – third place 1929 Naples Individual foil
Gold medal – first place 1930 Liège Team foil
Gold medal – first place 1930 Liège Individual foil
Silver medal – second place 1930 Liège Team sabre
Gold medal – first place 1931 Vienna Team foil
Silver medal – second place 1931 Vienna Team sabre
Silver medal – second place 1933 Budapest Individual foil
Silver medal – second place 1933 Budapest Team sabre
Bronze medal – third place 1933 Budapest Individual sabre
Gold medal – first place 1934 Warsaw Team foil
Silver medal – second place 1934 Warsaw Team sabre
Silver medal – second place 1934 Warsaw Individual sabre
Gold medal – first place 1934 Warsaw Individual foil
Gold medal – first place 1935 Lausanne Team foil
Silver medal – second place 1935 Lausanne Team sabre
Gold medal – first place 1938 Piešťany Team sabre

Giulio Gaudini (28 September 1904 – 6 January 1948) was an Italian foil and sabre fencer. He competed at the 1924, 1928, 1932 and 1936 Olympics and won three gold, four silver, and two bronze medals. He was the flag bearer for Italy at the 1936 Games. At the world championships, he earned 17 medals between 1929 and 1938.[1] He died of cancer, aged 43.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Fechten – Weltmeisterschaften (Herren – Florett), Fechten – Weltmeisterschaften (Säbel – Herren). sport-komplett.de
  2. ^ "Giulio Gaudini". sports-reference.com. Archived from the original on 2 December 2011.

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Summer Olympics
Preceded by
Italy Flag bearer for Italy
1936 Berlin
Succeeded by